Integrated Master of Supply Chain Management

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Obtain your BA/BS degree and a Master of Supply Chain Management degree in just five years in this integrated study program at Weatherhead School of Management. This program is ideal for Case Western Reserve University undergraduate students in a variety of majors, including:

  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Computer science
  • Statistics
  • Mathematics

Your Transition from Undergraduate to Graduate Student

  • While we do not require applicants to have completed any specific prerequisite courses for admission, successful applicants are expected to have completed undergraduate course(s) that include foundations of calculus. Knowledge of linear algebra is also desirable.
  • Discuss with your undergraduate advisor as to which MSCM graduate credits, up to nine, can be double counted to satisfy your undergraduate requirement.
  • Meet with Meredith Mackney to discuss how the integrated program will work specifically for you.
  • Apply for and be admitted to the integrated Master of Supply Chain Management program.
  • With careful planning, you can graduate with both degrees in five years or fewer.

As part of the integrated study program, students are required to design a comprehensive study plan with both their Weatherhead undergraduate adviser and the faculty director of the Master of Supply Chain Management program.

Contact Meredith Mackney, at or 216.368.7586, to find out more about applying to the Integrated Master of Supply Chain Management program.

Application Process Overview

  • Create an application, or log in using your username and password to continue your application.
  • Upload the required unofficial documents. If you are admitted and you matriculate, we will require your official documents then. Further instructions will be sent by email.
  • When your application is finished, click “submit” to pay your non-refundable application fee. 
  • After clicking “submit,” you will not be able to make any changes to your application form, resume or essays, but you will be able to log back in later to upload transcripts and test scores. All required documents must be submitted in order to be considered.
  • Once your application is complete, you may receive an invitation to interview. Interviews are by invitation only.
  • Any application that remains incomplete at the end of the admissions period will be withdrawn.

Application Requirements

The integrated version of the Master of Supply Chain Management program is only available to currently enrolled Case Western Reserve University undergraduates. Students from other universities must apply to the standard version of the Master of Supply Chain Management program and finish their undergraduate degree before beginning the program. When reviewing your profile for admission consideration, Weatherhead School’s graduate admissions team requires the following:

  • Online application form
  • Essays (One Required, One Optional)
  • Current resume
  • Unofficial transcripts, GPA, grading scale
  • Two recommendations
  • The application fee is automatically waived for current CWRU students

Each supporting document must be uploaded to your online application for admission consideration. The GMAT/GRE Standardized test and English language test are not a requirement for admission to this integrated program. Please note: An offer for admission cannot be extended with an incomplete application package. Weatherhead School does not offer conditional admission under any circumstances. We reserve the right to deny admission if an application remains incomplete by the final deadline.


Integrated Admissions is ongoing throughout the school year, beginning in the fall, continuing throughout the spring semester and into the early summer months for the August start of the program. 

Generally, students should apply for the program in the semester or year before they plan to begin taking graduate courses. This typically means that you should apply during your sophomore year (fall or spring semester) for admission to the program if you plan to begin your integrated courses in the fall of your junior year or apply during your junior year (fall or spring semester) if you plan to begin your integrated courses in the fall of your senior year.

Fall 2024

Application Deadline

Notification Date

Round 1

November 1, 2023

December 21, 2023

Round 2

January 9, 2024

March 15, 2024

Round 3

March 5, 2024

May 3, 2024

Round 4

April 30, 2024

July 1, 2024

Note: An offer of admission cannot be issued if an application package remains incomplete. If an application remains incomplete, Weatherhead School reserves the right to withdraw or deny the application. After the final round deadline applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed as space in the cohort remains available.


Students admitted to the integrated program who have a general knowledge of calculus can complete up to nine credit hours of MSCM courses to be double counted towards their undergraduate program. Contact your undergraduate advisor (or Jim Hurley at to learn more about which courses may double count.

Where are Master of Supply Chain Management Students Being Hired?

Graduates of Weatherhead School’s Master of Supply Chain Management program are in great demand in the logistics, consulting, manufacturing, healthcare, banking and insurance industries. Historically, students receive offers of employment shortly after (or even before) graduation. 
The following firms and organizations have invested in our Master of Supply Chain Management graduates:

  • American Greetings
  • Apple
  • Capital One
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Deloitte
  • Ernst & Young
  • Federal Reserve Banks
  • FedEx
  • Google
  • HP
  • Hyundai Motor Group
  • IKEA
  • KeyBank
  • Moen
  • Nationwide Insurance
  • PayPal
  • Philips
  • Progressive Insurance
  • PwC
  • Warner Bros

Career Resources

You’re encouraged to connect with the Career Management Office early on in your Master of Supply Chain Management degree program to gain the most from the resources and services available. Some of the services our Master of Supply Chain Management Career Management Office provides include:

  • Career assessment
  • Career fairs, workshops and employer information sessions
  • Coaching
  • Job listings
  • Mock interviews
  • Networking events with employers and alumni
  • OR/SCM LinkedIn group
  • Resume reviews

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